Firebase Cloud Storage

Before you can use Firebase Cloud storage, you need to obtain a service token key. Follow the steps below to integrate Firebase storage with Jet.‌

Get Firebase Storage JSON Key

To get the JSON key you need to add Firebase to your Google project. First, go to Firebase and just click Get Started.
First, Choose your Google Account. Then you need to click on Add project to get a Firebase Key.​
Then you need to go to the Service Accounts to generate a new JSON private key. Once you have generated a private key, it will be automatically downloaded to your computer.​

Add Firebase Storage to Jet Admin

Select Firebase Storage from the list of available storage options, upload the JSON file or paste the service token generated for your service account.
Here's an example of a JSON Service Key obtained from Firebase:
"type": "service_account",
"project_id": "{your_project_name}",
"private_key_id": "{your_private_key_id}",
"private_key": "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----\{your_private_key}\n-----END PRIVATE KEY-----\n",
"client_email": "{you_client_email}",
"client_id": "{your_client_id}",
"auth_uri": "",
"token_uri": "",
"auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "",
"client_x509_cert_url": "{you_client_url}"
Once you have integrated Firebase Storage with Jet you will see a Storage File Viewer that'll allow you to access your data. For more information about using storages and uploading files, see the File Storage and Uploading section.